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Chaucer and His Readers:
Imagining the Author in Late-Medieval England
Seth Lerer

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
A Note on Editions
List of Abbreviations
Introduction The Subject of Chaucerian Reception3
Ch. 1Writing Like the Clerk: Laureate Poets and the Aureate World22
Ch. 2Reading Like the Squire: Chaucer, Lydgate, Clanvowe, and the Fifteenth-Century Anthology57
Ch. 3Reading Like a Child: Advisory Aesthetics and Scribal Revision in the Canterbury Tales85
Ch. 4The Complaints of Adam Scriveyn: John Shirley and the Canonicity of Chaucer's Short Poems117
Ch. 5At Chaucer's Tomb: Laureation and Paternity in Caxton's Criticism147
Ch. 6Impressions of Identity: Print, Poetry, and Fame in Hawes and Skelton176
Envoy "All this ys said vnder correctyon"209
Appendix219
Notes223
Works Cited285
Index303

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